Many types of cheese are part of cuisines throughout the world. At P.S. It’s Healthy, we only use organic cheese that is made from the milk of grass-fed dairy cows from local farms. Provided that you keep your serving size for grass-fed cheese at 1 ounce or less, it is recommend that you consume cheese made from whole milk. Not only is whole milk the least processed form of milk (placing it in the category of a whole, natural food), it’s also the form of milk that will provide you with the most omega-3s and other key nutrients when it has been fermented and ripened into cheese.
Mushroom Barley Risotto Serving Size: 4Calories per serving: 366Fat per serving: 11.2gms Filled with the delectable aroma of Shiitake mushrooms and white wine, this risotto is a staple in my house, especially in the fall and winter months. The barley makes it super healthy with its high protein content and complex carbs. Also the Continue Reading
Cheese Onion Focaccia Serving Size: 4Calories per serving: 213Fat per serving: 6.2gms Last week, we posted one of our favorite jam recipes - the Herbed Onion Jam. This recipes highlights the jam accompanied with tarty goat cheese and soft focaccia. You're going to love this combo and so will your family and guests.Ingredients4 large slices Continue Reading
Grilled Cheese Sandwich Serving Size: 2 sandwichesCalories per serving: 318Fat per serving: 15.2gms This kids favorite is finally made healthy with non-processed ingredients and 'hidden' vegetables. Kids love its cheesy flavor while moms pride the healthy goodness camouflaged inside. I usually like it chunky and add strips of juicy portobello mushrooms. But you can make Continue Reading